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1optimistathe play has an upbeat ending — la obra termina en una nota optimista / de optimismo
- Perhaps that explains why the chancellor still sounds so upbeat these days.
- London shares ended the week in upbeat mood yesterday, helped by solid gains in oil and banking stocks.
- It is certainly telling that Wall Street on Friday was continuing to take its cue from more upbeat news.
- Hartley has every right to be upbeat and optimistic about his life at the present time.
- I'm not totally through the woods yet, but hopefully this more upbeat period will last.
- Everett had used it a lot when he spoke and it sounded so optimistic and upbeat coming from him.
- His speeches are upbeat and optimistic because this is the style of Michael Gove, a key Cameron adviser.
- Despite dramatically changing the way he lives, Chris is a positive and upbeat person.
- Analysts were very upbeat when the merger was announced last year at the height of the internet bubble.
- McConnell was in upbeat mood as he arrived for a meeting in Stirling yesterday.
- It is interesting that it is the big bank economists who remain loyal to more upbeat forecasts.
- Considering a lot of things seem to be bringing me down mentally just lately, I actually feel quite upbeat today.
- Surprisingly, Foot himself concludes on a much more upbeat note than this depressing tale might suggest.
- The soundtrack consists of mostly upbeat dance numbers with a few slower selections.
- The programme makers have promised that this new series is going to be more upbeat than the one before.
- My daughter-in-law told me he called one day and he sounded very upbeat.
- The manager's upbeat mood reflects that of the people in the queue which is slowly snaking its way towards the ticket office.
- If the mood was upbeat it was merely a reflection of the play on the day.
- With the crowd on their side they belted out a series of fast, upbeat rock songs.
- As a whole, the tone is a little more optimistic and upbeat than previous efforts.